MPEX Experience, TJ Hansen's Blog

Tj’s Daily Blog #57- Ducking and Running

The Daily Blog #57 Ducking and Running Whenever I am shooting in the city, I find that some people are very serious about avoiding being in my shot. Whether they don’t want to be in my photograph out of self-consciousness, or they just don’t want to ‘mess up’ my shot, some people try pretty hard to duck […]

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MPEX Experience, SoftLiteStudios, The Daily Photo- Tim Neumann

Tim’s Daily Photo #54- Spoon Fed

The Daily Photo #54 by Tim Neumann of Softlite Studios.com Spoon Fed Found this little display while on a photo trek through the Short North and Downtown Columbus. Originally cream on gray, I thought it would look good as a black & white. ISO 1600 ­ 1/30 @ f/11 at 90mm I had just walked into the building when I found […]

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TJ’s Daily Blog #52- It’s the People, Part 2.

TJ’s Daily Blog #52 It’s the People, Part 2. Even when I don’t feel like talking to anyone, I still like to be around people. Where there is people, there is energy, and I can feel it in the air. If you are like me, you are hard-wired to feed off of the energy of other people, […]

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The Daily Photo #42- Convergence

The Daily Photo #42- February 11th, 2016 Convergence Using converging lines is a useful compositional technique when shooting architecture, especially when there are multiple lines leading the eye toward the vanishing point. It almost feels like you are getting pulled toward the point of convergence, adding visual interest to a shot that is really very simple. I wanted a […]

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TJ’s Daily Photo #34- Reflection and Shadow

The Daily Photo #34- February 3rd, 2016 Reflection   and Shadow   Most photographers know how beautiful the sunrise/sunset time of day can be. The light is golden and colors are beautiful. I love that light. Everyone loves that light. Then there is the middle of the day. Hard overhead shadows, dynamic range issues, harsh highlights on reflective […]

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The Photo Frosh’s First Photo Walk

This summer, one of our goals at Midwest Photo Exchange was to offer photo walks that would prompt area photographers to explore the various sights that our fair city has to offer. We’ve been working with Aaron Sheldon, a photo walk enthusiast and the leader of last summer’s Columbus legs of the Scott Kelby Worldwide […]

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